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No, C# is not ‘getting bloated’
Recently, it’s been almost mematic how common the discussions about how C# is getting bloated have been; people have suggested basically creating a new [...]
C# and top-level statements
C# 9 introduced a new language feature. It was called “Top-level statements”. Basically, it allows you to write a program eschewing all the boilerplate [...]
Windows 11 is Coming Soon
Recently Microsoft officially announced a successor to Windows 10. Those able to do arithmetic may be able to predict it would be Windows 11. This [...]
Roman Numerals
I recently stumbled upon, this page discussing the topic of Roman Numerals. What alarmed me was the amount of code presented there for solving the problem. [...]
Windows 10 and the sudden importance of “Visual Consistency”
As Windows 10 has evolved from it’s initial versions, and people have been exposed to UWP and Win32 alike, There has been a growing “movement” of people [...]
BASeTris: “Dr.Mario” Game Mode
When I first started writing BASeTris I had imagined that I could eventually turn it into a sort of “engine” in the sense that there are many different [...]
History of Development: Visual Basic 4
When it comes to major changes in Visual Basic, Visual Basic 4 is probably one of the biggest changes that came to the software since it’s inception. [...]
History of Development: Visual Basic 3.0
After the second version of Visual Basic there was no doubt that Visual Basic was here to stay. As with the development of any software product, it marched [...]
Tetris AI Revisited
One aspect I implemented into BASeTris on a lark was a simple AI. This is able to evaluate the positions a piece can go, decide on the “best” and then use [...]
Linux: “A Programming OS”?
I don’t get why Linux is associated with programming so heavily. Or why it is said to be "good for programmers". Now, I have some personal [...]